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    Red Sea Hotels occupancy to increase to 60% during Christmas: officials
    Dec22

    Red Sea Hotels occupancy to increase to 60% during Christmas: officials

    An official at the Ministry of Tourism said that tourism occupancy in the Red Sea governorate is expected to reach 60% over the Christmas holiday, due in part to an expected influx of eastern European tourists. “We expect a high volume of tourists coming from Germany, the Ukraine, and Poland during the last days of December,” said the official....

    Putin: Russia Sanctions Harm Fight against Terrorism
    Dec22

    Putin: Russia Sanctions Harm Fight against Terrorism

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said sanctions against Moscow are harming cooperation in the battle against terrorism. “All these restrictions in the economic and political spheres drive apart states, and prevent us from joining forces in combating a common evil – terrorism,” said the Russian President during a meeting with Russia’s top...

    US sent Ukraine useless low-tech analogue drones: Report
    Dec22

    US sent Ukraine useless low-tech analogue drones: Report

    A report says US-supplied drones to Ukraine utilize “stone age” technology. …read more Source:...

    Netanyahu: Desecration of Rabbi Nachman’s grave is ‘terrible’
    Dec22

    Netanyahu: Desecration of Rabbi Nachman’s grave is ‘terrible’

    Prime Minister Netanyahu calls on the Ukrainian government to take action following the desecration of the grave of Rabbi Nachman in Uman. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Two Ukrainian   troops killed in   past 24 hours
    Dec21

    Two Ukrainian troops killed in past 24 hours

    KIEV: At least two Ukrainian troops have been killed in the past 24 hours in renewed fighting in eastern Ukraine, officials said on Wednesday. Fighting between Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian government troops has killed more than 9,600 people since the conflict began in April 2014. A 2015 cease-fire deal did not completely stop fighting...

    EM currencies and stocks book cautious gains in thin trading
    Dec21

    EM currencies and stocks book cautious gains in thin trading

    Emerging markets struggled for direction in thin pre-holiday trade yesterday, though a pause in the dollar and higher oil prices helped Russia’s rouble to hit a one-week high. MSCI’s emerging market stock index eased 0.3%, with gains in Russia, Poland and some Asian bourses but seeing losses in Asian heavyweights Taiwan and South...

    The coming Brexit tragedy
    Dec21

    The coming Brexit tragedy

    This past year changed everything, except how governments think. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the pre-negotiations for Brexit. With both sides ignoring the far-reaching implications of Donald Trump’s election as US president – namely, the decline of the liberal world order – the process seems set to produce a tragedy for the United...

    ‘Reinforce security at grave of Rabbi Nachman’
    Dec21

    ‘Reinforce security at grave of Rabbi Nachman’

    Deputy Education Minister calls on PM to work with Ukrainian Premier to improve security in Uman after holy site vandalized. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Russia criticizes Dutch over US tanks, Crimean treasure
    Dec21

    Russia criticizes Dutch over US tanks, Crimean treasure

    Russia criticized the Netherlands Wednesday for allowing the United States to begin stocking tanks there, and for a court ruling that ordered Crimean treasures on loan to a Dutch museum to be returned to Ukraine rather than Russia. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine prosecutor opens Uman attack inquiry
    Dec21

    Ukraine prosecutor opens Uman attack inquiry

    Yuri Lutsenko to take ‘personal control’ over probe into attack at Hasidic Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav’s grave …read more Source: The Times of...

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